How to Use a Facial Dermaroller

This .25 mm dermaroller for the face is sponsored by Linduray Skincare! This tool is SO affordable, less than $30 because Linduray is having a SALE right now! Click the above link to check it out. Many brands sell dermarollers, not just this website!

Before you ask, NO it is not painful because the needles are only .25 mm long! It feels more like a massage, if you are gentle and use the tool correctly. Obviously, don’t jam the needles into your skin or use it near your eyes…hoping that is self-explanatory!

Why should you dermaroll?! To…

  • Decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin
  • Drastically improve your skin texture and complexion
  • Open pores and promote cell regeneration

It’s like microneedling in a way, but not nearly as expensive, you can do it at home, and it is less painful. However, you need to continually use the dermaroller to see results. I recommend a few times per week. Warning: it leaves your skin red for a few minutes!

As a reminder, always sanitize and disinfect your dermaroller with isopropyl alcohol before and after every use. Roll it on your clean face 4-8 times in horizontal, vertical, and diagonal directions. Wait 2 days before your next treatment to let your skin heal! Watch how to use in the video below. Ask me any questions in the comments 🙂

Daily Dose of First Aid: Bake Your Face!

(Not baking as is baking a cake or lemon squares.) You’ve probably heard of the term “baking” when it comes to having a flawless face. We call it baking because the powder sets onto your skin and blends in nicely, like ingredients in a cake batter (I guess). I’ll tell you how to do it, what to use, and what it should look like.

Only 3 materials needed=loose translucent powder (any brand works fine), beauty blender/sponge, big fluffy face brush

  1. Make sure your foundation and concealer is well blended and just how you want it. Bake your face before you apply any other makeup. 
  2. Dump a good sized pile of powder into the lid of the container. Take your beauty blender and dip it lightly onto the top of the pile. 
  3. Dab the powder lightly onto your skin. Do NOT rub it in. It should be sitting loosely on your skin and makes you look kind of white. You should only bake right under your eyes, your nose, forehead in between your brows, and your jaw line. That’s it. Don’t cover your entire face or you’ll look like a snowman. 
  4. Do your eyeshadow or brow or lipstick so your face has time to bake! Multitasking 😉 Generally, after 3-4 minutes, the rest of the loose powder that didn’t bake into your skin is ready to be brushed off. Take a big fluffy brush and gently whisk away the rest of the powder. You will notice that your skin looks porcelain flawless and well blended. THIS is the trick that makeup artists use to make their clients look like a celebrity. Now you can too! Super simple and can become part of your everyday makeup routine.